Thankfully Toronto, ‘hit king’ Bisset Day Today… Traded infielder, recruited ‘115 home run’ De Yong

Ryu Hyun-jin was making a comeback, but Toronto also swept his heart. I heard that Bo Bissett’s knee, which can be said to be the core of the lineup’s power, is fine. Still, the trade was carried out as traded, reinforcing the depth of the infield and the batting line.

Toronto updated Bisset’s status ahead of the game against the Baltimore Orioles held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 2nd (Korean time). 

It was also the day Ryu Hyun-jin’s comeback match was unfolding, but he had to pay attention to the condition of Bissett, who had a problem with his right knee while braking after hitting a hit in the game the previous day (the 1st) and running to second base. Bisset is currently the core of Toronto’s batting power. In 106 games, he finished with a batting average of 3.2 1 Lee (144 hits in 449 at-bats), 17 homers, 59 RBIs, and an OPS of .846. He is first on the team in batting average, home runs, and OPS. He is an indispensable player for Toronto right now. His 144 hits was second all-time in the Major Leagues and first in the American League.

Fortunately for Toronto, Bissett’s detailed examination did not reveal any major abnormalities. According to local media such as TSN, director John Schneider explained, “We put Bisset on the ‘Day Today’ list and it is the best scenario for us.” An MRI scan showed no damage to his knee. He said he would check his status every day by putting him on the Day Today list.

Depending on Bisset’s condition, Toronto’s strategy ahead of the trade deadline could also be different. For now, Bisset is unharmed. Still, the will to reinforce the depth of the infield and the slugging power of the other line remained the same. Ahead of the trade deadline, Toronto made a trade with St. Louis.

With the acquisition of infielder Paul DeJong from St. Louis, he made a trade for minor league right-hander Matt Svanson. Deyong showed off his long hitting power by hitting 26 homers in 2017, 25 in 2018, and 31 in 2019 as an infielder who hit 115 homers in his career. He was also named an All-Star in 2019. He’s been through a lot lately. He was rebounding at least with a batting average of 2.3, 3, 65 hits, 13 homers, 32 RBIs and an OPS of .710 in 81 games this year. 메이저사이트

Since we had to constantly monitor Bisset’s condition, we needed a player to fill the shortstop position, and we prepared for Bisset’s possible departure by recruiting Deyong. At the same time, a part of Deyong’s annual salary is expected to be preserved. Born in 1999, Svanson was drafted by Toronto in the 13th round of the 2021 draft. He posted a 1.23 earned run average with 36 strikeouts and 11 walks in 24 games in the top single A this year.